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Weld-defect Acceptance Models Need More Validated Inputs. Part 2: Using good mechanical, toughness and defect-size data could reduced unneeded repairs, Pipe Line & Gas Industry, October 1999 Vol. 82 No. 11, pp. 59-64.

Rudi Denys (UGent)
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Denys, Rudi. “Weld-defect Acceptance Models Need More Validated Inputs. Part 2: Using Good Mechanical, Toughness and Defect-size Data Could Reduced Unneeded Repairs, Pipe Line & Gas Industry, October 1999 Vol. 82 No. 11, Pp. 59-64.”
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Denys, Rudi. (n.d.). Weld-defect Acceptance Models Need More Validated Inputs. Part 2: Using good mechanical, toughness and defect-size data could reduced unneeded repairs, Pipe Line & Gas Industry, October 1999 Vol. 82 No. 11, pp. 59-64.
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Denys R. Weld-defect Acceptance Models Need More Validated Inputs. Part 2: Using good mechanical, toughness and defect-size data could reduced unneeded repairs, Pipe Line & Gas Industry, October 1999 Vol. 82 No. 11, pp. 59-64.
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Denys, Rudi. “Weld-defect Acceptance Models Need More Validated Inputs. Part 2: Using Good Mechanical, Toughness and Defect-size Data Could Reduced Unneeded Repairs, Pipe Line & Gas Industry, October 1999 Vol. 82 No. 11, Pp. 59-64.” n. pag. Print.
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